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storms are churning their way to the coast. and paris hilton arrested again. this time on the vegas strip. still to come what police found that caused them to throw the heiress in jail. >> have to find some way to maintain some relevancy in our life. in addition to tropics i'm watching the heat. we're headed into the 90s for five days in a row. i've got your weather scoop. hakim, what do you have. >> paris hilton has no relevancy in my life but that's not here. whatever. we'll talk about sports instead. team usa basketball poses its will in the fiba world championships. plus the redskins defense shows why it's one of the best in the league against . >>> tomorrow marks the five year anniversary of hurricane katrina, today much of the gulf coast is a little stronger than even before that storm hit. the population of new orleans is back to about 90% of what it was before katrina. the school system and health care system across southern louisiana has been restructured. tens of thousands of homes have been rebuilt. some levees are now stronger. >>> undeniable, the city is in better shape than
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. >>> plus, paris hilton gets a scare from a knife-wielding would-be intruder. >>> a marathon in philadelphia. baseball's commissioner is immortalized, and when it comes to the wife, she knows everything, right? you're watching "early today." >>> good morning. welcome back to "early toid. i'm lynn berry and here are some of your top headlines this morning. >>> the whistle-blowing website wikileaks said it will publish more documents today, according to its twitter page. this despite a pentagon warning that such a release would risk even more lives beyond its initial publication of 76,000 secret afghan war papers. >>> obama administration officials are planning to appeal this week's federal court decision temporarily barring federal funding of embryonic stem cell research. a federal judge had ruled that the research involves the destruction of embryos, which congress has outlawed. the head of the national institute of health says he's stunned by the decision. >>> there may be evidence that adolf hitler had jewish and african roots. a belgian magazine reports that dna tests of the nazi leader's
the weather channel. >>> under arrest, paris hilton busted on a drug charge in las vegas. >>> fiery tornado, crews capture picture of a tornado inside a big brush fire. >>> plus a day of rallies as america marks the anniversary of martin luther king jr.'s "i have a dream" speech. >>> good morning, i'm alex whit, welcome to "msnbc saturday." we have a triple threat from the tropics. three storm systems churning in the atlantic. hurricane danielle now weakened to a category two strength storm early this morning. it is expected, though, to deliver powerful surf and rip currents all along the eastern sea board. behind it, tropical storm earl and a developing storm that could soon become fionna, that's gaining strength. for more on all of this, let's go to bill karins. >> well, good morning to you, alex. we're headed for the peak of the season. we have two storms and one behind it that could become a storm later this week. let's start with danielle first. this was a category four monster hurricane yesterday. it's weakened overnight, now down to a category two. and look the to the upper left of y
. >>> then paris hilton, the socialite who's famous for being famous, was booked on possession of cocaine on friday night. not the first time. coming up, a look at hilton's past and find out what this new charge could mean for her. >>> then also one word for you -- emmys. it says it all. tonight the 67th annual emmy awards will air on nbc news. what can we expect from tv's biggest night? we're going to tell you in just a little bit. >>> but first we've got some special guests here. they're taking the humble pogo stick to a level never imagined when we were kids. dan mahoney, earl hote were among the winners at pogopalooza seven, the championship last weekend in salt lake city. nick ryan was the event organizer. welcome, terrific to have you here. >> thanks a lot. >> nick, what of your specialty? >> i'm nick. >> i'm sorry, nick, explain to me what this of all about. >> pogopalooza 7 was the largest annual extreme competition of pogo sticking. once a year all the top pogo stick athletes from across the world come to one u.s. city and compete. >> is this the kind of thing you started -- were you guys
a look at the mug shot. the latest from socialite paris hilton. she gets arrested for having something illegal in her purse. you're watching news4 at 4:00. 3q what's up ? ugh. my feet are killin' me. you should get some custom fit orthotics. dr. scholl's custom fit orthotic center. it recommends the custom fit orthotic that's best for your feet. and footcare scientists are behind it. you'll get immediate comfort... ... and, you could save a couple hundred bucks. for locations see drscholls.com oh no, no! i just parked here a second ago! give me a break, will you? (announcer) dr. scholl's massaging gel insoles with two different gels for softness and support... ...are outrageously comfortable. ...on second thought, i think i'll walk... (announcer) are you gellin'? dr. scholl's >>> the stocks took another tumble as investors couldn't seem to shake fears about the economic recovery. the dow finished just above the 10,000 level with a 141-point drop. the nasdaq fell 34 points and the s&p 500 was down 16. president obama is back from vacation today and facing a very busy week. today, he kic
while trying to stop a shoplifter and paris hilton busted again. what she was arrested for this time. >> julie: we begin tonight and back to business as president obama wraps up it's vacation on martha's vineyard and returns to a growing mound of issues. president delivering a speech on iraq from the oval office. he is going to be preparing that speech for tuesday. in his weekly address he says the u.s. troop drawdown is a fulfillment of a campaign promise. >> the bottom line is this -- the war is ending. like any sovereign independent nation, iraq is free to chart its own course. by the end of next year, all of our troops will be home. >> julie: this as the president is set to arrive in new orleans tomorrow marking five years since katrina pummels the gulf coast. all that a taste of what is on his plate in the coming days. major garrett is live tonight. what is going on with the security situation in iraq? >> reporter: good evening. as we wrap up his ten day vacation, what quick note. the first family spent six hours on a private beach just a few miles away from here. and iraq, he i
. >> a violent evening any baltimore city hotel. >> gunfire rang out inside the hilton baltimore which is right next to camden yards. jennifer franciotti is live with more details. >> that shooting happened about 7:00 p.m. last night in a room on the fourth floor. officers were able to convince the suspect to give up the handgun. the victim is in his mid 30. the victim was shot one time in the stomach and is expected to survive. the suspect was treated for superficial wounds. both appear to be baltimore residents. >> we do not have any information about any prior conflicts. we know that the woman has a minor criminal history, but that the male victim has much more substantial local criminal history that we're looking into. >> while police are still looking for a motive, they do believe they were romantically involved. no one else was hurt. reporting live, jennifer franciotti. >> police are on the lookout for a man who tried to run over a police lieutenant with his car. it happened at the in pound block underneath the j.f.x. the car is described as a possible mostar, bluish-green. >> a woman acc
-974-6006 tty/v visit verizon.com/fios. >>> we had a fight on the fourth floor of a downtown hilton hotel. a woman shoots a man in the stomach. linda sow tells us more. >>> well no other hotel guests were injured. police say the shooting stemmed from a domestic dispute. it happened in a room on the fourth floor where the couple had been staying. police responded to the hilton hotel on pratt street next to camden yards around 7:00 last night. when they got here, they found a woman in her 20s. police say shot her boyfriend in the stomach after an argument. the woman had cuts on her back and was also taken to a hospital. the police commissioner says the shooting is a classic example of the violence that plagued the city. >> it's this, this insipid fascination with handguns in baltimore and the willingness of some people to use them to resolve conflict. so it really is at the route of what we see played out in the streets all over baltimore. >> reporter: now police say the woman is the registered owner of the handgun and she has a minor criminal record. she faces attempted murder and handgun
: a rude awakening for paris hilton. police arrested the man knocking on hilton's window holding two knives. hilton was scared, but not so scared that she posted a picture of the guy and talked about it on her twitter page. >>> former bay watch star david hasselhoff will compete on "dancing with the stars". he he will be occupied against a host of diverse stars including michael bolton, retired arizona quarterback kurt warner and of course the official list will be announced next monday. the show returns at 8:00 p.m. on september 20th. >>> a passenger jet overshot a runway in china. we have the latest coming up. karen olson and biomarker strategies are pioneering a new approach to cancer research and diagnostics. governor o'malley and the biotech investment tax credit is a big reason biomarker strategies is one of america's top 20 startup companies. partnerships and tax credits for innovative businesses are exactly what our economy needs to grow. we're on the cutting edge of our industry, and thankfully we have a governor who listens and really gets what business needs to move ahead. martin
to say good-bye to summer as more students head back to college. . >>> also new trouble for paris hilton. what she is a accused of this time. we are back in a minute. . >>> paris hilton in trouble with the law again. the 29-year-old was a passenger in a cadillac that was pulled over by las vegas police last night. police say a motorcycle officer smelled marijuana coming the vehicle. officers searched the car and found the substance in hilton's purse that was determined to be cocaine. she was arrested on suspicious of cocaine possession. early this morning she posted bail. >>> salt lake city man found dead. police trying to determine how he died. police say they found the 22- year-old eric wright in an alley. rescue workers were called to the scene but found the utah man unresponsive. he was pronounced dead at the scene. an autopsy will be preformed. >>> if you are heading to the eastern shore or atlantic coast be prepared for delays. crews resurfacing the road on route 50 beginning near the beltway for a nine mile stretch. the work could last through monday morning we are told. >>> in vi
not named any suspects in the disappearance. >>> paris hilton has been arrested for cocaine possession in las vegas. tonight hilton and her boyfriend were arrested after police noticed a strong marijuana smell coming from the cadillac escalade. after pulling the vehicle over, police found cocaine and was in hilton's purse. >>> dozens of people were rush toward a las vegas hospital after chemicals leaked in a casino swimming pool. 200 people were evacuated from the mbm grande casino. the hospitalizations were not that serious. the people were conscious and alert. the spokesman says the leaks with caused by a malfunctioning chlorine injection valve at the pool. >>> nine years after the september 11th attacks, life is finally returning to ground zero. the crews began planting oak trees around the site to memorialize the 2800 people killed in the terror attacks. the trees are the fist of more than 400 that will line the new plaza. they will eventually soar to 80 feet high. >>> right now, the inner harbor is a little more crowded this weekend with navy week under way giving everyone an op
's your early look at sports on "early today." i'm fred roggin. >>> well, paris hilton's cocaine defense is almost as bad as the dog ate my homework. the early morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, we've all seen happy reunion with soldiers returning home from the front lines. but we've never seen one like the one we have coming up. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back on this tuesday morning. here's a look at the path of hurricane earl acoucording to o computer model. the hurricane is bigger than the narrow line. but it shows that most of the tracks are off the north carolina coast. one of them does bring it up here in to maine and clips cape cod. so it's still a very close call for a lot of coastal areas, regardless, we do expect some problems there near the shoreline. so we'll watch it. as far as your forecast, it looks pretty dry. if you're watching us on 10 on inn providence rhode island, what about fun and stretching under the moon for a good cause. full moon yoga for charity at the garden center gazebo in cranston. that's the early morning event
clients are >>> former fox 45 intern, paris hilton, in trouble again. police say hilton was released from a las vegas jail after being arrested last night on suspicion of cocaine possession. investigators say hilton was riding in an suv that was pulled over on the vegas strip after police detected the smell of marijuana -pcoming from the vehicle.. the unidentified driver was arrested for driving under the influence. >>> the biggest night in television returns tomorrow. this year's primetimm emmy awards are promissng to be a gleeful occasion. "glee" fans are singing for joy with the 19 emmy nominations, the ost since 2010. the musical comedy pas stiff competition, including trying to knock off "dirty rock" in the comedy category. >> i think itts going to be interesting to see how many of those 19 emmies "glee" is nominated for and they actually win. >> keeping their fingers crossed, "american idol" will try to break a winning streak of the "amazing race. " >>> the ravens ck to earth, landing on the roof of a dutch colonial. luckily, geico recently helped the residents with homeowners i
how that will affect your commute, next. >>> a loves quarrel turns violent at a hilton hotel. >> what police are saying about the couple involved. >>> national night out was observed right here in baltimore and the lights of the city's most recent murders. >>> plus: he's 1-and-0. a great debut for buck in baltimore. >>> plus: it's a story you've been talking about at work this morning. two dogs playing in a park, one of them's dead. a police officer could be to blame. trapped in the trance of their shopping routine, some people don't notice the difference between meat... and mystery, when they enter... the frozen zone. is it real chicken? or something else? some chicken nuggets and tenders look like they have mystery meat. with my perdue frozen nuggets, there is no mystery. just real all white-meat. made with 100% natural ingredients. no fillers. no preservatives. and a delicious taste your family will love. perdue frozen chicken. all white-meat. no mystery. >>> i'm jamie costello for your abc2 news to go. 6:41. this story will upset a lot of people. a dog playing in the park decided
to than their mates. your early-morning business headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, paris hilton gets a scare from a knife-wielding would-be intruder. >>> a marathon in philadelphia. baseball's commissioner is immortalized, and when it comes to the wife, she knows everything, right? everything, right. you're watching "early today." y" >>> good morning. welcome back to "early today." i'm lynn berry and here are some of your top headlines this morning. >>> former president jimmy carter arrived in the north korean capital to begin his attempt to win freedom for an american sentenced to eight years in prison for entering the communist country illegally in january. >>> wicki leak says it will publish more documents according to its twitter page, this despite a pentagon warning that such a release would risk more lives beyond the publication of 76,000 war papers. >>> there may be evidence that adolf hitler had jewish and african roots. a belgian magazine reports that dna tests of the nazi leader's relatives turned up a chromosome commonly found in africans as well as jews. the article's aut
. >>> plus, this time paris hilton is really in big trouble with the law. >>> coming up, the most drawn out home run celebration you'll ever see and which team is taking a chance on manny ramirez. you're watching "early today." >>> coming up, the most drum up >>> good morning. welcome back to "early today." i'm thomas roberts. here's some of your top headlines this morning. as the u.s. draws down its presence in iraq, new reports show more than $5 billion in american tax dollars, more than 10% of what the u.s. has spent on reconstruction in iraq, has gone to waste on unused or unfinished building projects. the man in charge of the reconstruction program in iraq, led by the army corps of engineers acknowledged mistakes but says success ultimately lies in the hands of the iraqi citizens. >>> in chile, 33 trapped miners got reassurance from the voices of loved ones for the first time in nearly a month. each miner was allowed one minute to sfoe a family member over a radio connection yesterday. the miners have been trapped underground since august 5th. >>> some 12,000 north sumatran residents h
with the resource agency. head to the hilton garden inn in emeryville. a dozen companies are trying to fill hundreds of jobs. don sanchez is there and, don, folks are getting set up now and say dress for success. >> oh, boy, i'll tell you this is it. if i was looking for a job this where the place to be. you should come on down. we talked earlier with the earlier newscast with the folks from lens crafters. they're setting up over there. they have 50 jobs available and laurence berkeley national laboratory, 160 jobs. you don't necessarily have to be a scientist, right. so come here. here we are. we cosponsor this with the california job journal, you know the publication, probably see it all over the place, bart stations and elsewhere. you see where we are, the hilton garden inn, just off powell on the water side. going to be here from noon until 4:00. cathy from california job journal is with us here. you say this is one of the best ones that you've had yet. >> yes. in terms of quality of the positions and a lot of professional positions, management or scientist, i. t., technical engineering is out o
in this tough economy, we a cosponsoring another b job fair along with the resource agency. head to the hilton garden inn in emeryville. a dozen compans are trying to fill hundreds of jobs. don sancz is there and, don, folks ar getting set up now and say dressor success. >> oh, boy, i'll tell you this is it. if i was looking for a job this where the place to be. you should come on down. we talked earlier with the earlier newscast witthe folks from lens crafters. they're setting up over there. they he 50 jobs available and laurence berkeley national laboratory, 160 jobs. you don't necessarily have to be a scientist, right. so come here. here we are. we cosponsor this with the california job journal, you know the publication, probably see it all over the place, bart stations and elsewhere. you see wre we are, the hilton garden inn, just off powell on the water side. going to be here from noon until 4:00. cathy fromalifornia job journal is with us here. you say this is one of the best ones that you've had yet. >> yes. in terms of quality of the positions and a lot of professional positions, manag
at sports on "early today." i'm fred roggin. >>> well, paris hilton's cocaine defense is almost as bad as the dog ate my homework. your early morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, we've all seen happy reunion with soldiers returning home from the front lines. we'll bet you've never seen one like the one we have coming up. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back on this tuesday morning. time to break down your forecast for you so you can get ready to prepare for your day today. rain will be moving in with a storm system in the pacific northwest. cool and chilly in seattle. only 62. 66 in portland with the same forecast of showers and wet weather. down in arizona, also through areas of nevada and back to palm springs, vegas to l.a., san diego, sunny and nice. san francisco you're somewhere in between, 74, partly cloudy. look at this picture. if you're watching on kntv in california's bay area, genghis chan. the leader, both brutal and brilliant. that's your pacific event of the day, veronica. >>> speaking of our friends in the bay area, i was just there th
to the slammer. paris hilton behind bars in vegas. we'll tell you what she's in for just ahead. >>> and this weekend marks the five-year anniversary of hurricane katrina. how far the gulf coast region has come and how far it still needs to go. still ahead. >>> good morning to you. take a live look at the bay bridge. cool and breezy, showers to start. probably not enough to dampen the spirits of the folks heading to the oakland food festival. we'll tell you where you can get goodies for cheap and good cause. >>> in the five years since katrina hit the gulf coast, untold number of promises and plans made to the city of new orleans. everything from luxury hotels and high rises to new housing developments. how many of those promises have actually come through? nbc's scott cohn takes a look at where those plans stand today, five years later. >> reporter: the big promises came early. the work that has begun in the gulf coast region will be one of the largest reconstruction efforts the world has ever seen. >> reporter: and they came often. >> i'm pleased to announce that trump interna
of the hilton. police say sharolyn yarbrough got into an altercation with a man and she shot him in the back. demand is being treated. an apparent murder in sykesville is under investigation. the body of craig bouie was found on western winds circle yesterday morning. police say he suffered a gunshot wound. >> a young man in howard county convicted in a drunken driving accident that killed his friend. david erdman was sentenced to 18 months in jail. he was driving a pickup truck when he struck three stone pillars. police say steven dankos was ejected and was left dead at the scene. erdman pleaded guilty to negligent homicide while under the influence. some school administrators want to have control of whether or not the team can have a driver's license or a work permit. they want the graduation party act in hopes of getting the students to pay more attention to attendance and graduation. school officials say this is traffic but something needs to be done about the schools low graduation rates. they would also be restrictions on the number of hours a student could work. that brings us to our
.com. >>> new details about paris hilton's arhett on cocaine charges in las vegas. police stopped the car hilton was riding in friday after they smelled what they believed was marijuana coming from the vehicle. when the socialite stepped out of the suv, a crowd began to gathering taking picture. paris asked for privacy. a police lieutenant took her into the security office at a nearby resort and here's what happened next. >> while in the security office she ex-extraed a tube of lip balm from her purse. a plastic bindle contain cocaine fell from her purse in view of the lieutenant. the substance subsequently tested positive as cocaine. >> if convicted the hotel heiress would get probation. >>> we'll return to new orleans for tamron hall's interview wit members of the marsalis family and the effort to preserve the crescent city's rich, musical heritage. you're wanting "msnbc sunday."to . yea, i know. well... did you see that? my mom just took a bite of my kraft macaroni and cheese. just wait she'll do it again. i mean who am i because i'm not saying that i did it perfectly either, but, i don't kno
luther king's vision for america. >>> plus, busted in sin city, paris hilton arrested again. >>> and must-see tv. new video from the "titanic." how could these striking images help solve the mystery of the unsinkable? >>> good morning, everyone, welcome to "msnbc saturday," i'm alex whit, it's 9:00 on the east coast, 6:00 a.m. out west. let's get to what's happening right now. we head to washington and developing now the competing rallies near the capitol on this, the 47th anniversary of the famous march on washington. and the reverend dr. martin luther king jr.'s game-changing "i have a dream" speech. this morning civil rights leaders will kick off a full day of events commemorating the march. but at the site of the iconic speech, tens of thousands of tea partiers are expected to attend a conservative rally dubbed "restoring honor." nbc news contributor richard wolffe live in washington, d.c. where the civil rights members are gathering right now. and live at the lincoln memorial. and with a good morning to you both, domenico, i'm going to start with you. this restoring honor event, it i
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back -- and intruder holding a knife breaks into paris hilton's home while she is inside. >>> we have some cooler temperatures. how long is it going to stick around? >> at least through the overnight, early part of the day tomorrow. and we are going to get back into the 80s. 70s today all day long. it has been quite chilly out there. jacket weather. haven't had to use your umbrella very much. a look outside. the clouds hanging low. if you are going to the game today hopefully we'll win because last night didn't go so well. mostly cloudy, stray showers. 72 at 7:00. take a look on the radar right now. there are showers down to the south around charlottesville. these are rotating to the south and east around us. we could see nothing more than a stray very light shower coming through the area, but there has been some warnings around roanoke and charlottesville and that is where the heavy rain has been including around north carolina. wintergreen mountain picked up 3.5 inches. 2.5 inches around lynchburg, virginia. luray 1.3 inches of rain. cool there. 67 degrees the temperature. 70 under
. >>> paris hilton's lawyer says her cocaine arrests should be dealt with in the courts and not in the media. hilton and her boyfriend were arrested when a motorcycle officer smelled marijuana wasting from their escalade. hilton pulled a tube of lip balm from her purse, a packet of cocaine fell out. she was arrested on suspicion of felony company cane possession, her boyfriend was arrested on d.u.i. charges. hilton's lawyer asked people not to rush to judgment. >>> the first city in california to allow a pot shop may order a moratorium. they want to hold up on any new facilities after the election when they could legalize recreational marijuana use throughout california. passage of prop 19 could change how they license marijuana sales. >>> traditional pride are told to have like something old, something new, something borrowed, sewing blue. as lindy reports many environmentally conscious brides plan to add something green. >> reporter: here she comes dressed in white. but, these days, a bride's wedding can also be green. >> definitely nice to see that they are making an effort to do somethin
. and busted again, paris hilton runs afoul of the law in sin city. >>> good morning, welcome to "msnbc saturday" it's just past 11:00 a.m. in the east. we go to washington and developing right now, let's take a look at the crowds out there. look at that, tens of thousands of tea partyiers are gathered on the washington mall, at the restoring honor rally. sarah palin just finished addressing the crowd. it falls on the anniversary of the march on washington and the iconic, i have a dream speech. civil rights leaders are protesting the rally with a march of their own. domenico is live. there is a tremendous amount of political subtext here. >> reporter: there certainly is a lot of political sub text one guy handed me a car 1/20/13 ends of an era. i heard you mention crowd size, it goes up the hill to the washington monument. it could be somewhere in the neighborhood of over 100,000 to be perfectly honest. there are a lot of people out here. as far as the politics goes, i know you mentioned sarah palin's speech, she honored three troops, but there are some political references our troops a
his take in just a couple of minutes. >> from fiona to paris. paris hilton is in trouble again. this time arrested for cocaine possession in las vegas. so the question now is could she now do some serious time? >>> and also this morning a tragedy averted in new york city when a fast-thinking subway driver stopped his train just in time to avoid hitting a woman who had fallen onto the tracks. he's going to tell us about that frightening ordeal. >> let us begin on a monday morning with the dangerous storms out in the atlantic. we'll get al's forecast in a moment. first, let's turn to nbc's kerry sanders who just happens to be aboard a research ship mapping images of the wreck of the "titanic." that project is on hold as the ship steers clear of hurricane danielle. kerry, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, matt. we're shrouded in fog this morning in the north atlantic and we have about ten miles to get ahead of the storms which have already caused serious problems on the east coast. up and down the east coast dangerous rough surf slams the beaches. >> the waves are big. >> r
. >>> breaking news overnight. paris hilton is arrested and charged in las vegas with possession of cocaine. what does this latest godbout with the law mean for the troubled heiress. >>> five years after katrina. a city of pain, survival, persistence and hope for recovery early this saturday persistence and hope for recovery early this saturday morning, august 28th, 2010. captioning funded by cbs >>> hi, everyone, welcome to the early show. i'm chris wragge. >> good morning. i'm erica hill. >> of course we will go to washington for a little preview of today's big glenn beck rally. and paris hilton busted for cocaine in las vegas. a report on that as well. >> first we head to new orleans where dave price is standing by. of course it's the five-year anniversary of hurricane katrina. dave, good morning. >> good morning to both of you. it's hard to believe it has been five years. there's a clear line of demarkation here, not only in the landscape of new orleans and the gulf coast but in the lives of the people who live here. there is life before katrina and life after. we'll look back and we'll exami
to tell you about. this is coming out of las vegas. paris hilton has been arrested on cocaine charges. this is video after she was just released from jail in 2007. police pulled over a car last night after they saw marijuana smoke coming from understand. hilton was a passenger in the car. during the trapping spot, partials found cocaine in hilton's possession. >>> a massive fire in texas could impact the volting in the state for the general election. the three alarm fire happened at the harris county election center. 10 voting machines were destroyed. now, the county is unsure if they will replace them by october 1st. >>> wildfires are forcing evacuations in several states in the northwest. this one in washington state has burned over 1200-acres and 100 homes are in danger and there are similar scenes in montana, idaho and nevada. >>> ford is recalling more than half of a million mini vans due to potential failure of the rare axle. >>> well, you would think it was an nfl game with all of the mead at last night's coolidge high football game in washington, d.c. that is because the femal
, but cannot join the organization, she is debt-free. >>> coming up, paris hilton arrested. why she is in trouble tonight. and fidel castro alleges that osama bin laden is secretly working for the united states. and what began as a search for the supranatural turns deadly. >>> former cuban leader fidel castro is stirring up controversy, claiming that a summer that laden is an american spy. -- saying that osama bin laden is an american spy. the dictator says he is basing his claims on documents posted on wikileaks, the same website that published classified documents from the afghanistan war. >>> in two weeks, the ninth anniversary of the september 11 attacks. workers began planting trees at a memorial site to honor the victims killed in the attacks. overall, more than 400 trees will be part of the memorial. >>> west virginia governor joe manchin is celebrating a big primary victory tonight. he easily won the nomination for u.s. senate. he will face the republican primary member. the winner of the rights will permanently fill the seat vacated by the death of senator robert byrd. >>>
center and mosque. the fire destroyed construction equipment. socialite paris hilton is in trouble again, charged with cocaine possession. authorities in las vegas said the 29-year-old hilton was arrested last night after police officers smelled marijuana coming from her car. cocaine was found in her purse, they say. the first pictures tonight of a new addition to the family of the british prime minister david cameron. florence rode endellion cameron was born on tuesday. endellion is on honor of the village where camerons were vacationing. still ahead on the cbs evening news, the latest dared devil sport. >> glor: it is called speed boarding, skaters flying along at 60 miles an hour weaving between cars. reads who call it unsafe want it banned. >> reporter: they're skateboards on steroids. the latest craze from-- did you guess-- southern california. >> it's awesome. >> reporter: it's called speedboarding, emphasis on "speed." >> the faster you go, the more fun you're always going to have so speed is the best element of the entire sport. >> reporter: riders on long skateboards dodge traf
to the beltway. jamie? >>> alexis, 5:00, we had a busy night downtown. gunshots go off at the city-owned hilton hotel. this is the baby of baltimore hotels. sits across the street from camden yards, right there on pratt street. that's where linda sow is live with what happened last night. >> reporter: the shooting happened on the fourth floor at the hotel. appears to be a domestic dispute. police responded to the hilton hotel at around 7:00 last night. when they got here, they found a woman in her 20s who shot her male companion in the stomach after an argument. he was taken to shock trauma and is expected to be okay. the woman had cuts on her back and was also taken to a local hospital. >> we know the woman has a very, very minor criminal history, but that the victim, the male victim has a much more substantial local criminal history we're looking into. >> reporter: police say the woman is the registered owner of the handgun. she faced attempted murder and handgun charges. her boyfriend has several open warrants, both from the baltimore city area. no other hotel guests were injured in the shoo
koch. we begin tonight with some breaking news. a shooting inside the city owned hilton hotel. it happened as thousands of fans headed to the stadium for tonight's game. wjz is live outside the hotel on pratt street. kai jackson was there as the person shot was loaded into the ambulance, kai. >> reporter: this shooting happened at a popular hotel right next to oriole park. it raises questions with other events about the safety of the city of baltimore. this was an isolated case of violence says the mayor. and he insists that the city is safe but this area downtown is safe as well. eyewitness news captures video of a shooting male victim being loaded into an ambulance in the heart of downtown baltimore. >> we know that a man was shot in his mid-30s, sustained a single gunshot wound to his abdomen and was taken to a local hospital is expected to survive his wounds. >>> police say it happened just before 7:00 in a room on the fourth floor. the suspect is a woman in her mid-20s and is the registered owner of the handgun used in the shooting. the victim is a man in his 30s. the vic
. >>> paris hilton in trouble again this weekend. what happened to her. that story next. >>> and we were just a whisper away from 90 here in washington. 84 what we should be this time of the year. the wake up weather calling for another good start for the day. temperatures in to the 60s. through the 70s very quickly. all the rest of the forecast talking about heat, hurricanes, everything you need to know with the outlook. . >>> paris hilton in trouble with the law. thearchy was a passenger in a cadillac and was pulled over by las vegas police last night. police say a motorcycle officer smelled marijuana coming from the vehicle. officers searched it and found the substance that was determined to be cocaine. she was arrested on suspicious of cocaine possession. she posted bail a short time later. >>> new information about that salt lake city man found dead in northwest washington alley. the 22-year-old eric wright was not a tourist but was working here in the area. his body was found lying in the all, y around two this morning. he was pronounced dead at the scene. police don't suspect foul play
that led to gunfire. >> reporte jamie, police say the couple had checked in on monday at the hilton. last night they got into some sort of argument. shots were fired and the man and woman had to be taken to local hospitals. police responded to the hilton hotel at around 7:00 last night. when they got here, they found a woman in her 20s who police say shot her boyfriend in the stomach with a 40 caliber handgun. he was taken to shock trauma and is expected to be okay. the woman had cuts on her back and was taken to a local hospital. >> the woman has a very minor criminal history, but that the uh, the victim, the male victim has a much more substantial local criminal history that we're looking into. >> reporter: police say the woman is the registered owner of the handgun. she faced attempted murder and handgun charges. it appears her boyfriend has several open warrants. both live in baltimore. the good news here is that no other hotel guests were injured in the shooting. live in downtown baltimore, linda sow, abc2 news. >>> going to get your car at the impound lot is worse than going for a r
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